The Massachusetts Federation
of Building Officials is an umbrella organization representing the city
and town Building Commissioners and Local Inspectors, commonly known as
"building inspectors" throughout the Commonwealth. All are members
of one or more of the three regional professional associations - the
Mass. Building Commissioners and Inspectors Association, the
Southeastern Mass. Building Official Association and the Building
Officials of Western Mass.
Working in close concert with the Mass. Department of Public Safety as
well as with professional organizations throughout Massachusetts who
represent design professionals, contractors, and other involved parties,
the Federation is working to ensure the buildings where we live, work,
worship, visit and recreate are safe for all.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE
MASSACHUSETTS FEDERATION OF BUILDING OFFICIALS
It is the mission of the Federation to increase public awareness to the
crucial role building officials play in ensuring public safety in the built
environment, to advocate for responsible and reasonable building code
development, and to be involved in the legislative process whenever our
profession or the safety of the citizens on the commonwealth may be
PRESIDENT - Daniel Walsh
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view president's letter
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VICE PRESIDENT - Curtis Meskus
SECRETARY - Michael Mendoza
TREASURER - David Jensen
BOWM - Paul Tacy - President
SEMBOA - Mike Mendoza - President
MBCIA - Scott Lambiase - Vice President
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The Board of Directors has identified positions on 23 bills for the
The board continues to evaluate other bills in the current session and will
be reviewing position statements for all bills we identify as important to
building officials and the building code.
Annual SEMBOA Seminar